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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta jg FHE IETHORIOGE HERALD friciov, April 21, 1772 YOUR HOROSCOPE By JEANE DIXON IKIVXY, Al'TUL, 22 hicLliilny Imliiy: constant tend- ii fills tlit- year. It's (u tiuiko sure the iliesi1 slops ;ne in uhl tliioi'tions. M n n y are simply iv. ii ;iml left Ijehitul. tin1 I'lurity of exprcs- oiUy's natives look for i nf patterns in daily I comes drurei, See that you get some o[ huth done iti modern- (ion this complex day. LKO (.inly rs-Autf. Tech- nical assistance includes extras you didn't ask fur. Friends and romantic ventures prove tan- talizing. It's nn i nt cresting day. viur.o Scvpt Teamwork and eompr o in i s e make ninny more flood things possible. Build family experi- ence. MHKA (Srpl. 23-Oct. K want is is just well to leave develop- you do nu'iiLs umtiscussed y o u Lei s.ve more of where they lead, includes some and Oliirch 21-April m1 of tliosu days when imiliing you ;nl anything its purpose, M'Ulo without pushing j Family contact friction, -S i April '20-Miiy li-M'stiug .stimuli come you wonder what from the ox- linlo that is tangi- imu'ii entertainment. clear of speculation, solicita- changes. Wail for Inspira- of eager salsemen. Clet tiou and better knowledge. I'ISCICS (Fell. H-Mardi Surprise need not lead yon into reactions. Your loved ones lions skilled advice on pending ques- tions. AQUARIUS (Jan. M-Feb. Talking ahout financial require patience and tact, Ccn Uons is not the same as tank- ing definite but premature ditions improve finally. (1372: By The Cliicngu "Ail! listen first, t h r n >'ou fiiid your no better plan I'oih ideas have Talk i'- r'v (June 21-Jnlv ip enough but doinc SC'OUI'IO (Oct. Nov. Any loan nr investment you offer now ruiM he extremely perhaps risky speculation, IVrsomil outlays are TO he rul where you can, SAGITTAimS (Nov. 211: Ask for any limy; yen feel you've earned or can pet an advance hold on, Keep y o u r story simple mid straight, what- ever others tie. CAI'KK'OKN (Dec. -11 Jan. Stick to routines: steer LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Readers request some definitions Light of Sirius Anity sends a complete 22- volume set of the Book Encyclopedia to Pol- Inchnc, age 11. of Salt Lake City, Utuli, for his question: How bright is the star culled Sirius? Tire light rays from Sirius take more than eight and a half compare some of its vital sta- tistics with our personal star. As a star, Sirius is roughly 'l'-z times more massive than the sun. twice as wills ami twice as hot. It is a first Magnitude star with a rating of 1.3. The years to reach us. Brilliance is is rated 4.7, which makes dimmed by distance, even that it a star of the fourth MagnJ the that of the dazzling stars strewn across the vast oceans of space, Some are nearer lo us than others, some shed far m ore light than others. Actually, we need scales to estimate tude. it is surprising to note brighter stars have smaller numbers. What's more, one would a first magnitude star to be tv.icc as bright I purpose lions. Auricular certain condi- UOHT Dr. Lamli We read your column every day. My husband has had his fifth light 1 stroke, but. since we live in a small town, can't find out from the library and our doctor doesn't tell u> the meanings of sonic terms need to know, j Would you please tell me what Is meant by syncope, they do this, these two top as. adrenalin injection and aur- chambers cien't contract ncr- icular Kbrilkiuon? mally. Even so. the heart func- Dear Reaiier Syncope is tiou may be adequate in heal- merely a medical term for thy people because the major fainting and. ef course, it can; pumping action of the heart to be caused by a wide variety: the arteries is accomplished of things, such as bad news. hy the two bottom chambers standing at attention in parade It the How well the formation, a needle puncture heart functions in the presence for drawing blood, or it can be of atrial fibrillation depends on natmg fibrillation or r.trial fibrillation refers to an I possible to compare all irregularity of the top part of visible magnitudes the heart. The two top chambers of the heart are the atria. Sometimes they beat very rapidly or twitch or Eibril- latc. The rate may be around 500 beats per minute. When their brilliance. One tells how I one of second magnitude. But L bright they appear to be in our the scales of Magnitude and sky, the other tells how hill- magnitude arc based on the liant they really are in their I same rather complex .system of i own celestial neighborhoods. numbers. A first magnitude star appears to be about vSirius is the most brilliant j times brighter than one of sec star we ever see in the ond magnitude and 101) times skies above our planet. Our brighter than a .sixth magnitude razzlc dazzle sun, of course, j star. The same is true for Mag- appears much brighter hut it nihidcs, except that here (he shines only during the day. The difference is real, not apparent, brightness of a star is its mag- fn onr skies, of course, the nitude and it's easy enough to j sun and certain planets outshine see that magnitudes vary from the first magnitude stars. They very bright to very dim. It is rate minus numbers. When these i Venus appears to shine about ECLin 30 times brighter than Sirius, it from the earth. This helps to: rates a magnitude of minus identify them by their positions 4. On Hie same apparent mag- nitude scale. Sirius rates minus 1.6 and our dazzling sun rales and to place them on star charts. But it gives a some-; what biased picture of their' true brilliance. V.'liat we see is the APPAR- ENT magnitude of Sirius, how bright it appears to be from minus On the true scale of absolute Magnitude, Sirius is a fairly brilliant Others appear TUMflLEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryon PUTMEPOWW! distance of 8.7 light years. dimmer in our skies because ABSOLUTE Magni t u d e de- j they arc more remote. Cano- serves a capital letter because j pus, the astronaut's star, np- it reveals how bright it actually ABNER-By Al Copp pears to rate about minus 1. in comparison with other But its distance is 180 1 i p h I stars. It decided to esli- years and its (rue Magnitude is j mate this Magnitude by elimi-1 minus -i.ii. Many other stars the unfair competition j that appear dimmer than Sirius SAVED ALlT) s> REro07.EDTO MOOMANJITY FUM 1 TAKE ,L VOLGAWLLAS THEM LI'LVERMVN ROTTF.M THF.V 16 HOOMANITARIAW associated win a stroke. Erysipelas refers to a bac- terial infection of the skin and It usually require? immediate treatment. It is caused bv the Questions asiirfl Dv cnlliliiM) of Herald readers should bn mailed to Ask P.O. Pox IIunMnglon Beaea. California OTIS (Copyright Chronicle) J nblishing {'o. j how rapidly the ventricles, or of distance. For instance, let's i arc really far brighter but tliey lower chambers, beat. I pretend that all the stars are arc much farther away from us. Airial fibrillation been j 3.i light years from the earth observed in relatively healthy Al this distance, our s u n j individuals who don't have any would appear to be a very dim streptococcus, which is a var- significant evidence of heart Sirius would be 30 times j iety of the same perm that can disease and one can even have brighter than the sun. but less cause strep throat. the condition while engaged in brilliant than many other stars. Regarding adrenalin injec- fairly vigorous physical activL- j At point it is handy to adrenalin is the chemical ty. It can also occur as a com- substance elaborated by Ihe i plication of food poisoning, in- center of the small adrenalin I digestion or anything which gland that rests over the kid-j disturbs the body chemistry. III j fV-2 ney. Adrenalin is a vital sub-: may occur as a single episode; M g stance to the bod ay and mohi-1 with acute illnesses and it can liz.es the body for 'Tight or precipitated by drinking too flight" in response to stress. It much alcohol. It also occurs in has a powerful action on the heart disease, including ath- heart and circulation an'! is in-jerosclerosis and rheumatic jected as a medicine for this I heart disease. EDMONTON ft- VERMYM T( BROTHERS' I Mf-WSUPER ARCHlE-By Bob Montana GOREN ON BRIDGE 3V CHARLES H. COHEN Both vulnerable. West deals- NORTII A A7 53 V J 10 4 0 K Q J i A A WEST O A7S43 4 97 t 3 ninniny vvatci" nr tnilets. He also said there had been no public lenders on the project. .Mr. Russell s.-dd there been no public bee. to establish a "pattern of crim- Mr. Stainlrm he nec-fi than tho four files relating in Ihe deaths of four person; being treated for drug addition. flailier. Mr. Justice M. K. Manjiim; S u p r e m c Court I MFT SCUETM1S 6'JARANTEsD KOT TO EVKI EJSW.M A FIVE-MILE-AN- IJR IMPACT FOR A CA3 THAT WO.ST CAVE IN IF IT HiTS SOMETHMSATriVE MILES AN HOUR. SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal TRIP' IS CW A ECOLO3VJ KICK BUGS BUNNY spccrl hail liocn necK-scry in Hie projccl Icj supplv homes t n a t provincial court, (or native peopln v.lm'hatl ran not on fraud 17 against WOIR squnUors. To .spcerl np the project, the Alberta Hotis-; I.OSKS JUHISniCTIOS' The fraud cause has been ad- journed four limes In provin- last time for i oial court tiie IS flav.v riosiyk S.uiownik, Dr. Craig's j lawj'ei1, said that without Ihe I approval of the defence lawyer ing Torp. iirul chosen a proven bviilrler with northern exncr- j icnce. The minister said v.ill be hrouglit inlo Ihe kitchens of Ihe homes. There were no toi lets because there is no sewage plant. i THIS WAS PESIOMEP FORME THE j TO V.'cAP? IT f'OX A WEICOME TO EL SWAWKO HOTEL! I'M INSTALISPA! THE faWANP SACHEM Of THE WOVAL ORPER Of HU5KWATS AT THE EL Nr.'C> HOTC ;